La mixité culturelle au sein des élites québécoises au XIXe siècle : l'exemple de la famille Marchand, 1791-1900

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La mixité culturelle au sein des élites québécoises au XIXe siècle : l'exemple de la famille Marchand, 1791-1900
Abstract
An examination of the inter-cultural relations between Quebec's Francophone and Anglophone elites in the nineteenth century. Focusing on the "mixed-marriage" of the parents of former Quebec Premier Félix-Gabriel Marchand (1832-1900)- his Francophone Catholic father Gabriel Marchand (1780–1852) and his Anglophone Protestant mother Mary MacNider - the author outlines the integration of Gabriel and his brothers into the Anglophone business communities of Quebec City and St-Jean-sur-Richelieu. The author concludes that social class prevailed over language during this period.
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Master's Thesis
University
Université Laval
Place
Québec
Date
2014
Language
fr
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Tremblay, Alex. “La mixité culturelle au sein des élites québécoises au XIXe siècle : l’exemple de la famille Marchand, 1791-1900.” Master’s Thesis, Université Laval, 2014. http://www.theses.ulaval.ca/2014/30572/30572.pdf.
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